Using your feedback to improve Windows Server Code Name “Aurora” and Windows Server Code Name “Vail” Online Help documentation

We would like to hear from you. Please visit Windows Server Code Name “Aurora” Online Help and Windows Server Code Name “Vail” Online Help websites, check out their content, and then click What do you think of this website? Take a quick survey at the top of the page to complete an anonymous survey. We…

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Windows SBS 2011 Standard has been released to manufacturing!

We are very pleased to let you know that we have achieved a major milestone in getting the next version of Windows SBS into the hands of customers. We signed-off on the RTM software, which will become available to the general public early next year. Windows SBS 2011 Standard includes familiar server management tools and the…

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Introducing the next version of Windows Small Business Server!

Hi Everyone, The Small Business Server team has been heads down for many months now conjuring up the latest offering of our all-in-one solution server. We are now very pleased to announce that Windows Small Business Server “7” Preview is now available to download and test. Built on Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows SBS “7” includes…

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Major Correction to "Guide to Migrating from WSS to WSF on SBS ’08"

A huge “Thank you!” to Susan Bradley and others who pointed out a significant discrepancy with Step 10 of the the newly published “Step-by-Step Guide to Migrating from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 on a server running Windows Small Business Server 2008” that we announced in the previous blog posting. The discrepancy was the…

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How to upgrade your Windows SharePoint Services websites on Windows SBS 2008 to Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Windows SharePoint Services is now Microsoft SharePoint Foundation. Maybe you knew this, and maybe you didn’t. In either case, we can shed some light on the path to upgrading your existing CompanyWeb site (and any other Windows SharePoint Services site) to SharePoint Foundation. How? Through the illumination provided in our newly…

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TechEd and BI Conference: Unleashing IT and business users

I’ve noticed an interesting convergence of themes at the TechEd North America 2010 conference in New Orleans. The TechEd sessions here are combined with the Microsoft BI conference, sometimes held separately. So what does a conference for a bunch of infrastructure and developer geeks have in common with one for information workers and the IT…

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We’re all in … New Orleans at TechEd North America 2010!

Great live band music and a Windows 7 Phone t-shirt cannon at 8:30 in the morning? OK, you have to be at TechEd North America in person to experience those – and enjoy the excitement of mingling, meeting, and networking with more than 10,000 IT Pros this week at the Morial Convention Center in New…

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Are you attending TechEd 2010?

Me too!  It’s going to be a blast, and I’m looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible. Dan Lepow and I will be on duty at the Windows Server iX booth in the TLC on Monday from 12-3, Tuesday from 3-5, and on Thursday from 10:30-1pm. We’ll be demonstrating some pretty cool new technologies, so do…

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Birds of a feather…

… Tweet together! Are you a member of the ever-growing flock of folks who use Twitter to find and share information? If so, be sure and check out these fine feathered friends:  WindowsSBS  – Official Twitter account for the Windows SBS product team. WindowsEBS  – Official Twitter account for the Windows EBS product team. winhomeserver  – Official…

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New look for TechNet sites

The next time you visit a Microsoft TechNet site like the Windows SBS TechCenter, enjoy the freshly redesigned TechCenter pages and other improved features. We think it’s a great improvement in the experience. Some comments from around our team: “This is definitely very cool.“ “A nice fresh new look. I like it!” “Looks more friendly.”…

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